Sync Your Peaks for Faster Data Analysis: A Look at Chardonnay
When it comes to comparing sets of sample data, being able to synchronize your runs can help you get a broad overview at a glance. A visual comparison may not be enough, especially not when your analytes are co-eluting. ChromaTOF Sync is a powerful new data processing tool that will gather all of your data into one place, making it easy to highlight trends and spot significant differences between your samples.
Take Chardonnay, for example. This wine can have a variety of flavor profiles. What, exactly, is the difference between a traditional Chardonnay and a buttery one? Three replicates for each type of wine were run through a Pegasus BT GC-TOFMS. ChromaTOF Sync then took the data produced and overlaid the chromatograms for an initial visual review.
At first glance, the two wines look very similar, but the PCA scores show a distinct difference between the two sets of data. ChromaTOF Sync can take a deep dive into individual features and analytes to thoroughly characterize these two wines and determine the similarities and differences. Fill out the form to take a deeper dive into the chemical characterization of these similar wines with this application note from LECO’s analytical labs.
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